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Re: Help with Svn via SSH

From: Eric Hanchrow <offby1_at_blarg.net>
Date: 2006-09-27 21:05:05 CEST

>>>>> <Chris.Fouts@qimonda.com> writes:

> I added SVN_SSH="c:\putty\plink.exe" user@my.linuxbox.com -pw
> password to my global environment variables

> I get... svn: Can't create tunnel. The system can not find the
> file specified

It's a pity this isn't documented anywhere; I'm going to have to guess:

It's not clear if SVN_SSH is supposed to be just the _name_ of the
program to run, or else is supposed to include _arguments_ to the
program. So since your method -- including arguments -- didn't work,
try setting SVN_SSH to just c:\putty\plink.exe (that's what I do, more
or less), and creating a PuTTY "session" named, say, mylinuxbox, which
contains the user name and host name. Then try checking out like this:

        svn co svn+ssh://mylinuxbox/repos/code junk

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